After two years of strethening he should be lean, fast, and most of all, a very angry quarterback,,a man with that kind of talent with that size chip on his shoulder makes for a leathal combination and we would be crazy as an organization not to find out what a real healthy daunte will be.
By the way all signs point to that being true.
I also agree on the man's talent. He's naturaly gifted with size, strength, and if we're lucky, just a little less speed than before which would still make him mobile.
If he restructures, it would show me he is commited to the Miami Dolphins and is willing to jeopardize his earnings for our betterment.
On the other hand, neither have any of the other QBs we've had in the last several years, including last year. And that doesn't take into consideration that Daunte should NEVER have been starting until mid-season at best. Shame on Nick and Daunte and the training staff for letting that happen. The fact is that DC has performed in the past (prior to the injury) overall. The question will be whether the injury will prevent him from getting back to that level again...hopefully this year we'll see, but it's way too soon to be dissing on DC about something that was not entirely his fault...
Here's what I think we will have going into 2007.